The glass-maker himself (not the cutter or the engraver) was evidently a piece-worker, earning at most 50s.
Oh, it was a grand thing to be a glass-maker in those days, señor!
Cobalt blue, or "azure," was only discovered in the sixteenth century by a German glass-maker.
Isaac Chilton, a glass-maker, may have been brother or cousin of James.
Everything was as Zorzi had left it, but the glass-maker's ear missed the low roar of the furnace.
His reputation as a glass-maker would be made in half an hour.
It was not because she was only a glass-maker's daughter, brought up in Murano.
He speaks only once of a Jew glass-maker, a woollen- and a silk-weaver.
Of course every one thought the glass was broken, and that is precisely what the glass-maker wanted them to think.
This glass-maker made a cup for the Emperor and tried a long time to get an audience at which to present his new invention.